We forecast cybersecurity events not to predict the future, but to change it. Regulators and litigators all hold us accountable for knowing foreseeable threats so we can avoid them. But what is foreseeable?
Cyber-attacks happen. And they are happening more frequently and leaving more damage in their wake. What can you do to minimize that impact?
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has been vaguely requiring financial institutions to use “reasonable” security controls since 1999. That is about to change.
NetDiligence Cyber Risk Summit: What is Reasonable Cyber Security? The panel provided an overview of the risk-based analysis process that substantiates the method, and presented the legal, regulatory, and security best-practice history that informs the method. Each participant presented why the method successfully substantiates the term “reasonable” in their work and provided anecdotes that illustrate […]
Prior to the pandemic outbreak, some 5.2 percent of U.S. employees worked remotely on a full time basis according to the U.S. Census.
On June 24, 2020, an online panel of WG11 drafting team members discussed their June 2020 draft Commentary ,
Hackers are relentless adversaries who incessantly create new tools and methodologies to take advantage of known exploitable vulnerabilities within networks.
HALOCK contained and eradicated a ransomware attack on a manufacturing company’s internal assets and set a wholistic plan to mitigate future risk through enhanced MFA, policies, and training.
During the pandemic HALOCK and the information security community have been responding to a significant spike in cyber security incidents.
During a PCI Assessment for a global retailer, HALOCK discovered and helped resolve significant breakdowns in security policies and practices implemented at the stores.